Enmoladas con Quesillo is a very traditional dish veggie also that captures mole and local cheese. Nice view to cathedral, and serviceable and friendly staff.
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We were told this restaurant was a must in oaxaca but we tought it was overpriced and not good at all. The food was ok but the service was slow, the waiter was not nice wgen we asked about things in the menu that we...More
This a place with good local cuisine and not the pricy as others places. Try the Chapulines if you are a little adventurous.
One of life's little joys when travelling is people watching and the Zocalo is one of the best places to do this Oaxaca. La Casa de la Abuela sits on the second floor overlooking both the plaza which is an UNESCO world heritage site and...More
We loved our visit here! We tried one starter (flowered squash? Or something), and three of us shared four main dishes - chili rellano with pork (highly recommended), mole coloradita (delicious), and the chilaquiles with streak (my personal fave). We all had margaritas, nice and...More
We were there on a Friday afternoon. Great escape from the heat with a nice breeze. It has wonderful view of the Zocalo. We had the Colorado mole and chille rellenos. We found both dishes excellent. We woul not hesitate to return.
The food was disappointing, and the wine was terrible. They had only one type of red wine, and it was almost undrinkable. We were the only ones in the restaurant at 8 pm on a Friday night.
We ducked up a staircase to emerge into a beautiful restaurant surrounded by homey touches that I could remember from my own grandmothers. The fresh made tortillas tasted as wonderful as they smelled whilst cooking. We sat by a window and watched the happy celebrations...More